Cutter was a staff architect for the New York Building Plan Company from 1886 to 1892, designing plans for Colonial architecture and Shingle architecture homes. He authored of their pattern book entitled The New York Building Plan Company Illustrated Catalogue of Examples of Buildings in 1887.
His residential designs in the Shingle Style were published in the Inland Architect (Chicago) in 1893 and 1894.
By 1909 Cutter had left New York and opened an office in New Jersey. With Alex R. Esty, he produced an unexecuted Victorian Gothic architecture design for the Library of Congress.
His work appears in The Architectural Sketch Book during the 1870s as a delineator for Esty and others and as an architect. He moved to New York to work for Leopold Eidlitz and others
He designed an Japanese style room in the house of K. G. Marquand on Madison Avenue and 60th Street in New York city. also credited as an Anglo Japanese style room for Henry G. Marquand.
His office seems to have been at 160 Broadway in New York City. He authored a plan for fireproofing structures at low cost that came in for criticism. He died in Hawthorne, New York on April 4, 1931.
The Church of the Transfiguration is made of spruce logs and was the area"s first church.
lieutenant is a small, one-story, gable-roofed building with a cross like plan on a high fieldstone foundation with a central belfry at the west education lieutenant was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.